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Managing the Great Resignation – Compensation Trends for Credit Unions

February 17, 2022 // 11 am CT

The workforce is evolving. The pandemic has showed us we can do things we never thought we could do, and we can’t go back to “normal”. Potential and existing staff have updated desires for flexibility, benefits, and pay. How are you rising to meet this challenge?

Join a leader in human resources as they explore results from their global HR pulse survey focused on how organizations are evolving their business and people strategies to stay ahead of shifting talent trends.

Covered topics include:

  • Reacting and responding to accelerated workforce changes, including quantifying the impact of the Great Resignation and understanding turnover rates among various demographic groups;
  • Enhancing evolving talent acquisition strategies in a competitive market, including adjustments to the hiring process as well as rewards packages;
  • Developing and enhancing strategies to retain talent, including a focus on development, compensation programs and flexible-working practices; and
  • Looking ahead to key HR priorities in 2022 and identifying areas with opportunity for improvement with a people-focus in mind.

This session is Council member-only.  Only register if you are a current CUNA Councils member.  

Meet Your Speakers:

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Katrina Gerenz Katrina Gerenz

Compensation Consultant - Banks & Credit Unions


Ms. Gerenz is an Associate Partner within McLagan’s Banking Consulting practice. Katrina serves as an advisor to banking boards of directors and executives on director, executive, and staff compensation.

With 24 years of experience, Katrina’s goal is to design compensation programs that reflect each client's strategic objectives, pay philosophy and culture. She partners with credit unions and banks to provide education, thought leadership, and industry trends to leverage client’s time and resources.

Katrina advises clients on executive compensation, staff compensation, director compensation, commercial incentive plans, retail incentive plans, mortgage commission plans, salary grade design, short and long-term incentive plan design, proxy disclosure, regulatory compliance and risk assessment, employment agreements, compensation philosophy, and compensation trends.

Katrina earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of St. Thomas and a master’s degree in human resources and industrial relations from the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management. She is also a Certified Compensation Professional.

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